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    quickshifter

    anyone put an after market quickshifter on a yamaha mt09 tracer 2015?

    is so brand /model and where to buy / install in perth or?

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    I've got an HM Quickshifter Plus on the Z...install it yourself, plug & play
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulie803 View Post
    I've got an HM Quickshifter Plus on the Z...install it yourself, plug & play
    I put the same model on my Z1000 2010, what a unit, transforms the bike, well worth the cash.
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    Do you have a pipe/slip-on on the bike? If you tune it via a Power Commander it's a simple matter of fitting a Dynojet shift sensor to the shift rod, plug it in, enable it in the software and Bob's your mother's brother.

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    Isnt there a factory Yamaha kit you can install, just needs the ECU flashed to activate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gungy View Post
    anyone put an after market quickshifter on a yamaha mt09 tracer 2015?

    is so brand /model and where to buy / install in perth or?
    I recently done a ton of research on this subject and TRANSLOGIC comes out the most superior. I also added the downshift blipper too. I bought it directly from TRANSLOGIC UK I then got Justin at PRO TWIN to install, Justin done a great job.

    https://www.translogicuk.com

    You can also buy from badger racing in Perth who is very helpful.

    http://www.badgerracing.com.au/index...th=161_162_165


    Translogic is used by most of the worlds big race teams. It also works out of the box with no tuning required. Best mod I have done to my bike.

    "Translogic Systems Ltd has been involved in aftermarket race performance accessories for 17 years and have accumulated a wealth of experience which has allowed us to become a world leader in technology performance products. We are pioneers in Quickshifter systems. Quickshifter sensors using in house strain gauge technology, gear position display products and tiptronic Powershifter push button shifters. We have enjoyed great success both on and off the race track with our world renowned Quickshifter systems. New exciting products are constantly being developed to continue being the number one technology supplier to both OEM and after-sales market segments and feature in virtually every championship in the world and are used in Moto2, Moto3, BSB, WSB and many more..."
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    Healtechs iQSE is another good unit, very small unit thats easily mounted on any bike, all tuning is done via an app and bluetooth, once installed, you never have to plug in to it to adjust it.
    Has an auto mode, but can fine tune the kill time duration, delay, and sensitivity (if you find it inadvertantly kills when riding on a rough road) It has a ring sensor, which doesnt have moving contact switches that were problematic in older quickshift kits.
    Can customise kill times in different rpm zones (allows about 8 different adjustment points) so you can really dial it in.

    I found mine is a lot smoother on my Speed Triple R than the factory quickshifter on the new Speed Triple RS (but the downshift blipper on the RS was sublime)
    https://www.healtech-electronics.com/products/iqse/

    Not intentionally promoting this buisness but they are the australian stockist..... (and local? Bunbury?)
    https://www.hurtlegear.com.au/healte...kshifter-easy/
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    Thanks to everyone that has provided some advice on quickshifters. Much appreciated.

    I have a mccruise control on my bike that I'm sure is connected to the 1st spark plug coil. With all the quickshifters they are connected to all spark plugs. I'm not sure how I can install the quickshifter?

    I hear that tuneboy has a quickshifter connected to the O2 sensor but not sure how it is.

    No OEM quickshifter made for my model apparently.

    Translocation and healtech looks like the best but stumped about how I can connect it


    QUOTE=Thirsty;3400874]Healtechs iQSE is another good unit, very small unit thats easily mounted on any bike, all tuning is done via an app and bluetooth, once installed, you never have to plug in to it to adjust it.
    Has an auto mode, but can fine tune the kill time duration, delay, and sensitivity (if you find it inadvertantly kills when riding on a rough road) It has a ring sensor, which doesnt have moving contact switches that were problematic in older quickshift kits.
    Can customise kill times in different rpm zones (allows about 8 different adjustment points) so you can really dial it in.

    I found mine is a lot smoother on my Speed Triple R than the factory quickshifter on the new Speed Triple RS (but the downshift blipper on the RS was sublime)
    https://www.healtech-electronics.com/products/iqse/

    Not intentionally promoting this buisness but they are the australian stockist..... (and local? Bunbury?)
    https://www.hurtlegear.com.au/healte...kshifter-easy/[/QUOTE]

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    It should come with instructions as to how to connect it.

    Typically it involves unplugging the injectors/spark plugs and plugging the quick shifter in between. So that they can cut fuel for the millisecond it is required when you put pressure on your gear lever. It's a very simple process.

    If it works buy cutting the part with at your coils and again it is a matter of unplugging a connector and putting it in between. If your cruise control is plugged in there, then it won't make a difference as if will just be an extra device plugged in line.

    As per below; it's plug an play...


    Not much more to it than plugging a VCR (remember those?) in between the wall and your TV.
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    ..so you can 'quickshift' between the news and porn.....?
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    thanks for the explanation. The VCR analogy was helpful. I really didnt think it could be plugged in line.

    So which quickshifter do you recommend?

    From previous advice Translogic or Healtech look like the frontrunners.



    Quote Originally Posted by TurboR1 View Post
    It should come with instructions as to how to connect it.

    Typically it involves unplugging the injectors/spark plugs and plugging the quick shifter in between. So that they can cut fuel for the millisecond it is required when you put pressure on your gear lever. It's a very simple process.

    If it works buy cutting the part with at your coils and again it is a matter of unplugging a connector and putting it in between. If your cruise control is plugged in there, then it won't make a difference as if will just be an extra device plugged in line.

    As per below; it's plug an play...


    Not much more to it than plugging a VCR (remember those?) in between the wall and your TV.

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    Potential dumb question coming up. Um can you put a quick shift on a carb model bike?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CbrRider81 View Post
    Potential dumb question coming up. Um can you put a quick shift on a carb model bike?
    As long as the quickshifter operates by ignition kill rather than fuel kill, it would be fine... Finding a quickshifter that will work for your bike though would still be recommended..
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackFZR View Post
    As long as the quickshifter operates by ignition kill rather than fuel kill, it would be fine... Finding a quickshifter that will work for your bike though would still be recommended..


    Good news for me then lol thanks Tim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CbrRider81 View Post
    Potential dumb question coming up. Um can you put a quick shift on a carb model bike?
    Was thinking the same thing myself
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    Quote Originally Posted by Para045 View Post
    Was thinking the same thing myself

    Done a quick google and found this for my bike apparently

    https://www.healtech-electronics.com/product-advisor/

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    Quote Originally Posted by CbrRider81 View Post
    Done a quick google and found this for my bike apparently

    https://www.healtech-electronics.com/product-advisor/
    Yep and looks like they do one for mine as well
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    On a side note, quick shifters are pretty much useless unless you're changing gear under flat out acceleration.

    Yes they work fine just pootling about, but you can get a smoother shift by using your clutch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Para045 View Post
    Yep and looks like they do one for mine as well

    Not that Iíve looked hard yet, but having a quick look and couldnít see a price for them.

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